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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chiswick Charities for the poor

    ( 1622-35 ). Draper, Chiswick , 70; P.R.O., PROB 11/303 (P.C.C. 19 May ). Draper, Chiswick , 79; inf. from Mrs. K. Judges . Hist. Mon. Com. Mdx . 12; Draper, Chiswick , preface. Brentford and Chiswick As It Was

    Chiswick Judaism

    Chiswick Judaism JUDAISM. Worshippers used Mulberry House , a Jewish orphanage at the corner of Barrowgate and Sutton Court roads, from 1953 and the hall of Christ Church in 1956 . 44 Chiswick and District synagogue was affiliated to the

    Chiswick Buddhism

    Chiswick Buddhism BUDDHISM. In 1964 a small relic of Buddha was enshrined 48 at no. 5 Heathfield Gardens , where in 1965 rooms were registered as the London Buddhist Vihara. 49 A single-storeyed library and meditation room were opened

    Chiswick Local government Borough of Brentford and Chiswick London Borough of Hounslow

    1926 ); Brentford and Chiswick Times , 10, 17 Nov. 1977 . Phillimore and Whitear, Chiswick , 57-62. Framed adverts. ( 1798 , 1799, 1808) in Chiswick libr. Chiswick assoc., patrolmen's notebk. 1827-8 , in Chiswick libr.; inf. from Mr.

    Chiswick Social and cultural activities

    Com. files. Brentford and Chiswick As It Was . 'Cinemas in Brentford and Chiswick ' (TS. in Chiswick libr.). Official Guide to Chiswick [ 1911 ] . Chiswick Times , 6 Sept. 1912 . Brentford and Chiswick Times , 24

  • * British History Online * *

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    Chiswick

    ChiswickCHISWICK. Name . This parish is not to be found in Doomsday book 1 ; it is mentioned in various records of the reign of Henry III. by the name of Chesewicke. Situation and boundaries . Extent . Nature

    Appendices, List of Prebendal stalls with psalms appointed as in the Book of Common Prayer

    Major 47 51 Omnes gentes plaudite Caddington Minor 57 61 Miserere mei Deus Chamberlain Wood 92 96 Bonum est confiteri Chiswick 62 66 Nonne Deo Consumpta per Mare 107 1 111 Confitemini Domino Ealdland 82 86 Deus stetit Ealdstreet 97

    General index

    house at Chiswick, 191, 192. College of the dissenters at Hackney , 480. Colney-Hatch , 21. Compton , Bishop, account of, 384. His garden at Fulham, 350, 351. Sir Francis, account of, 384, 385. Corney -house at Chiswick , 196,

    Entry Book, April 1664 , 01 April 1664-30 April 1664

    p. 94. Same for 7,000 l . to John Ashburnham for his conveying to the Crown the capital message in Chiswick, late in the occupation of John Lord Pawlett, deceased, with other items, detailed. Ibid , p. 95. April 21

    Cases brought before the committee, August 1648, 01 August 1648-31 August 1648

    still unsequestered. 21 109 Thomas and Hen. Barker, Chiswick, Middlesex. 26 Aug 1648. Vol. A No. or p. CERT. 123 28 Information by John Plowman, servant to the late Thos. Barker, of Chiswick, that Thos. Barker went to the King Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heddyw. Er fod chwech uriD nmlynedd o'r bron wedi mynod heibio er pan osodwyd ei gorff i orwedd yn myriwent Chiswick, y mae ei bregethau mnor fyw yn awr ag oeddynt gan' mlynedd yn ol, Faint o bregetbac yr oes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to forward the particulars of any snff'rer. on receiptbf a stamped and directed envelope. Address, J. T. SE WELL, Esq., Chiswick, Midddle,'ex. S IORHEIR Y BYDD I UN BLYCHIAD 9 BELENAUB 4 CLARKE mlid maieh y bwyr bob mAth o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to forward the partirulars of any suffcrer. on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope,- Address, J. T. SEWLL, Esq., Chiswick, fidddlesex. I C R H E I R Y BYDD I UN BLYCHITAD 0 - ELENAU IB 41 CLARKE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to forward the particulars of any sufferer, on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope.- Address, J. T. SEWEIILL, Esq., Chiswick, Midddlesex. S I R H E I R Y BYDD I UN BLYCHIAD 0 &BELENAU I8 41 CLARKE ymalid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forsaedl thsepartioulre ti of any srfferer; on receipt of an tamped and directed envelope-. GQ Address, J. T. SEWELL, Esq., Chiswick, lt.dddlesex. OICRHBI: M YBYDD I .N BLYCHIAD o fe . OBBEINAU B 41 CLARKE ymlid ymaith yn y blwyr Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRAY, Thomas II, of Sutton in Chiswick, Mdx.

    BRAY, Thomas II, of Sutton in Chiswick, Mdx. Constituency Dates Middlesex 1391 Biography Very little is known about this obscure figure, although, according to Lysons, members of the Bray family were living in the Chiswick area of Middlesex from the

    BARKER, Scorey (c.1652-1713), of Chiswick, Mdx.

    office in favour of a Roman Catholic. After succeeding to the Chiswick estate Barker sat in two of Queen Anne’s Parliaments as a Whig. He was buried at Chiswick on 22 Aug. 1713. His son stood unsuccessfully for Middlesex as

    GASCOIGNE, Joseph (d.1728), of Chiswick, Mdx. and Weybridge, Surr.

    of Chiswick, Mdx. and Weybridge, Surr. Constituency Dates Wareham 1722 1 Sept. 1728 Ofifces Held Agent victualler for Port Mahon 1709; receiver gen. in Minorca 1712-d. Biography Joseph Gascoigne was probably related to Joseph Gascoigne (d. 1685), chandler, of Chiswick,

    KENDALL, Thomas (1609-66), of Chiswick, Mdx.

    (1609-66), of Chiswick, Mdx. Constituency Dates Dartmouth 7 Apr. 1664 Dec. 1666 Ofifces Held Commr. for arbitration of Dutch and English shipping losses 1654; committee, E.I. Co. 1659-63, 1665-d., dep. gov. 1663-5; commr. for trade Nov. 1660-d., plantations Dec. 1660-d.

    BARKER, Scorie (c.1652-1713), of Grove House, Chiswick, Mdx.

    Grove House, Chiswick, Mdx. Constituency Dates Wallingford Mar. 1679 Mar. 1681 Middlesex 1705 1710 Ofifces Held Freeman, Wallingford 1679; bencher, M. Temple 1691, reader 1693, treas. 1702–3. Biography Of Berkshire origin, the Barkers had first established themselves in Chiswick in

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 15th June 1844

    - Albert went off a few minutes before me with the King, in order to see the Flower Show at Chiswick , & I followed at 20m. to 11, just as I went yesterday, - arrived at Buckingham Palace at

    Saturday 19th June 1841

    almost daily in intelligence. - Wrote, read, & sat to Landseer. - At ½ p. 1, we set off for Chiswick , Ly Barham , Henrietta, Ld Poltimore , Ld George Lennox & the 2 Equerries, following in other carriages.

    Saturday 8th June 1844

    lung trouble, which has increased, since she is in a family way. - Albert took him & the King to Chiswick , where the Duke of Devonshire was giving the Emperor a Breakfast. We are always thankful when he returns

    Saturday 14th May 1842

    I did yesterday of our costumes. - At ¼ to 12, we drove with Ly Portman & Matilda Paget, to Chiswick to see the Horticultural. Show of Flowers, which I had never seen before, & which was beautiful. The Duke

    Saturday 2nd June 1838

    Lady Holland , Mr. Allen , Mr. Luttrell , and Lady Fanny . Mr. Cowper , who is down at Chiswick , is going on very well. Spoke of Lord Duncannon , Lady C. Parrington 's child, &c., &c. He

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Thursday, February 20th, and every evening at 9 o'clock...

    Office — SOUTH AFRICAN HOUSE, M.96, Bishopsgate St. Wlchln, London, E.C. FULLER, SMITH & TURNER, Celebrated CHISWICK ALES & STOUT. Sole Address: Grimn Brewery, Chiswick. Branch Stores: Portsmouth, Crovdon & Slough To be obtained at the Bars of this Theatre. Subscribers-only content

    Mr. G. F. Bashford's Special Matinee

    Sc I>ia.xYmoxs.d n©ldai. Head Office — SOUTH AFRICAN HOUSE, 94-96, Bishopsgate St. Within, London, E.C. FULLER, SMITH & TURNER, Celebrated CHISWICK ALES & STOUT. Sole Address : Griffin Brewery, Chlswick. /imnc/iS^orrs: Portsmouth, Croydon & Slough To be obtained at the Subscribers-only content

    On Thursday, July 9th, and every evening at 8,

    & TURNER o e: iLi e: ^ EC A. 17 je: x> OHISWIGK ALES and STOUL Sole Address: Griffin Brewery, Chiswick. Bra -cli stores : PORTSMOUTH, CROYOO^i & SLOJQH. To be obtained at Bars of this Theatre. Meiiri Fuller & Subscribers-only content

    To-night at 8, new edition of the new musical play in two acts, entitled ...

    SMITH & TURNER c e: r^ E ^ R ji.rr e: x> CHISWIOK ALES and STOUL Sole Address: Griffin Brewery, Chiswick. Braaoh Stores : PORTSMOUTH, CROYDOiN & SLOUQH. To be obtained at Bars of this Theatre. . KeMN. Faller * Subscribers-only content

    To-night at 8, new edition of the new musical play in two acts, entitled ...

    FULLER, SMITH & TURNER c sc iLi e: ^ icii^rr e: x» GHiSWIGK ALES and STOUT. Sole Address: Griffin Brewery, Chiswick. Branch Stores : PORTSMOUTH, CROYDOiN ft SLOUQH. To be obtained at Bars of this Theatre. MeMTs FBiler A Co. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 April 1823, 30 April 1823

    of Charles Fraser Esquire was this Day brought Maitlan<l in. Upon reading the Petition of Charles Andrew Thomson of Equitable Chiswick, in the County ofMiddlesex; setting forth, "That Adjustment " the Petitioner has for many Years past paid large Sums Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1827, 25 May 1827

    Counsel at the Bar on Wednesday next. Currency, Upon reading the Petition of Charles Andrew Thomson c. A. Thorn- of Chiswick, in the County of Middlesex, a Bankrupt son s Petition un^er a Commission from the Court of Chancery ; Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Monckland. Greenfield. Old Monckland. Moffatt. Ne-dfield. Orange Grove. " Seventeen Sugar Estates in the same Parish. Golden Grove. Plantain Garden River. Chiswick. Friendship. Winchester. Hordley. Amity Hall. Arcadia. Stoakeshall Wheelersfield. Rhine. Potosi. Ducltenfield. Phillipsfield. Dalvey. Pleasant Hill." Holland. Have [833] Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1833, 10 May 1833

    Table. Sales of The Sabbath, Petitions for better Obser¬ vance of: (Bethel Chapel, Soriiers Town :) Saxlingham & Sharring- ton: Chiswick: Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and In¬ habitants of the Parishes of SaocUngham and Sharringlon, in the Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1833, 21 May 1833

    same Liberty of Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Chiswick: " Conscience, and the same Facilities for Public Wor- " ship, as are afforded to all His Majesty's Subjects in " this Country :" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Chiswick Lodge

    Chiswick Lodge (2012) Lodge Details SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1883 Warrant of Constitution: 24 July 1883 Cons. 16 Nov. 1883 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 2012 Lodge Number (1729): 0

    Hogarth Lodge

    yes Date of Hall Stone Medal: 1921-1933 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3396 Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1942 Café Monico, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, England 1918 Town Hall, Chiswick, London, England 1909 Westminster Palace Hotel, London, England 1916

    Gunnersbury Lodge

    15th December 2007 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3268 Meeting Places West London Masonic Centre, Churchfield Road, Ealing, London, England 1988 Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge, London, England 1981 Clarendon Restaurant, Hammersmith, London, England 1913 Town Hall, Chiswick, London, England 1907

 

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